If you’re anything like me and grew up never playing with makeup, a step into adulthood was rather shaky when you learned that apparently to be somewhat presentable–well, to at least cover up your dark circles, makeup was required. After traveling to a really dry climate, I developed an interest in taking care of my skin because it doesn’t matter what makeup products you use–if your skin is terrible, it will show. So here’s a somewhat lazy/still testing the waters guide to skincare and makeup.
May was a busy month. It started out with me starting my first full time job, committing to consistently posting here, and traveling out to CO for Brian’s graduation.
Ask me 1o years ago if I would have a lifestyle and wellness blog and my answer would be, “Hahahah no way.” I went to a school that required uniforms so weekends were my only time to wear what I called them ‘real clothes’. So it’s taken me a while to come around to styling outifts–trust me a TON of bad outfits have gone into this journey. But a few years later here I am writing this, after discovering an affinity for creating content for the internet and writing in a rather lax manner. So today I’m going to share the ins and outs of being a non-full-time blogger, but instead, the ins and outs of being a blogger and balancing college.